need to provide comprehensive business plans to justify investment
and change in services.
acts as a barrier to change as many service managers have not
been trained in the disciplines required to provide such plans
and in-house general managers and financial support are too stretched
to be able to provide the input.
Good business cases require a comprehensive review of the issues
and opportunities facing local services and clinical services
service case, financial case and a commercial case will each have
to be made to stakeholders and decision makers.
is a task which is often underestimated and is best achieved with
independent and experienced assistance.
strategic review is the first step to help identify the case for
change and to engage stakeholders in the process.
requires a thorough analysis of the existing services, issues,
opportunities and options.
Strategic Outline Case will be needed if large scale investment
is required followed by an Outline Business Case and Full Business
presentation and communication of the issues at stake is required
if decisions are to be made quickly.
business case requires planning of the project management, risk
management and benefit realisation.
can provide an experienced team to work with in-house staff in providing
a professional business case to the requirements of the scale of
the change identified. The team would include service management
experts and a team leader experienced in the requirements of NHS
and commercial business cases.
Planning & Consultancy
& Financial Appraisal
Analysis & Modelling
and Project Support